30411 - ADVANCED INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY LAW
Department of Law
Course taught in English
(7 credits - I sem. - OB | IUS/05)
The Course intends providing an overview of the main legal issues arising from the impact of information technology on all the relevant areas related to the evolution of individuals and the society, such as intellectual property rights online, software protection between copyright and patent law, digital copyright, information technologies and competition, information goods and information markets, big data, open data, data reuse, data and text-mining, and online platforms and the law.
Intended Learning Outcomes
Course Content Summary
In order to offer reliable testimonies as to how firms actually operate in the digital environment against the legal backdrop discussed in class, the Course welcomes guests from international companies.
Detailed Description of Assessment Methods
Final exam: it is a closed book, written exam, and consists of both one open question and multiple choice questions.
Final grade: it results from grades obtained for the written exam (60%) and for the group work (40%). If a student does not take part to group work, the final grade is that of the written exam.
Ppt presentations used in class, coupled with specific material for each topic covered (mainly academic papers), are the compulsory reading. They are made available on the Blackboard platform.
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